The author presents his tale within the context of what is now known to history things we could not know in the period between 1965 and 1973 during which the levels of American ground combat forces in Vietnam exceeded half a million troops The war is now widely seen as a ghastly mistake claiming 60,000 of Americas best Heincludes many historical references in the book to give the reader context for a war most dont understand....
|Title||:||Betrayal: Never Waste a Soldier|
|Publisher||:||Soliloquy Publishing November 3, 2015|
|Number of Pages||:||226 pages|
|File Size||:||596 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Betrayal: Never Waste a Soldier Reviews
James Mobley was a classmate of mine (Sanger High 1966). I remember how vocal he was against the war and the trouble he encountered. When I heard he had been drafted and sent to Viet Nam I was surprised. I've been waiting for this publication so I could learn more about his struggles and experience s there. Thank you for sharing Jim.
Gripping memoir of an everyday grunt in the bush. A must read for a different look and understanding of the war.